Geert Wilders is coming to our shores ... does the PM have a Time-Turner? ... Clive says bye-bye Bronnie ...
Sometimes a defamation case brings more heartache (and cost) than it's worth. Here are five times high-profile people took on the media, and while they technically won, the cost might have been too high.
The Australian Women's Weekly's Helen McCabe on why she put Margie Abbott's weight-loss on the front cover. And other media tidbits of the day.
Canberra Times and ACT government fall out ... Kenny writes the same column twice ... and Bernard Keane's Queensland promise ...
What is it with The Australian's incessant coverage of wearable tech? It couldn't be a directive from on high ... could it?
At funerals for the dead students kill Pakistan, mourners will recite the same words uttered by the terrorists. And yet some would have us believe Islam has something to answer for.
A business that's losing money should cut costs, cut wages, make hard choices and let the market decide, right? Let's see The Australian practise what it preaches, writes a senior economics commentator.
By virtue of their reach and influence, Chris Kenny's columns have become echo chambers -- and on no topic is this more evident than in his conviction that Twitter is an echo chamber, writes economist Tom Westland.
More trouble for the ABC over the infamous skit of an Australian commentator humping a dog -- now ACMA has found the skit breached the ABC's own rules.